Introduction to Explosive Risk Management – Marine Environment
When carrying out the assessment and management of Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) risk management in the marine environment, in support of offshore construction, particularly in the energy sector, there has been historic ordnance either abandoned after military activity or contamination has occurred from Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) because of conflict in the region.
This training workshop reviews current industry guidance regarding underwater Explosive Ordnance (EO) and how to implement risk management procedures and processes to deal with the residual risk of ERW and Abandoned Explosive Ordnance (AXO) that has either been deployed, dumped or abandoned in the marine environment.
As with the land construction methodology, sea-space earmarked for development requires historical research, planning and methodology included in the project design phase to understand risk assessment and risk mitigation methodology and execution.
You should attend this course if you;
- Work in a marine UXO risk-related discipline including but not limited to, developers, marine project principal designers, developers, principal contractors/sub-contractors, industry risk underwriters and insurers, independent personnel engaged in marine project management related activities.
- Health, safety and environmental advisors or anyone responsible for implementing organisational health, safety, security and marine environmental protocols which includes emergency planning and oversight.
No prior knowledge of UXO risk management in the marine environment is required for this course.
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